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[Excerpt] In sum, I consider Discrimination in Labor Markets a fine volume. Anyone who has the slightest interest in the analysis of labor-market discrimination should seriously contemplate purchasing it. The relatively nontechnical nature of the papers will appeal to a wide range of readers, and the book should quickly find its way onto reading lists for undergraduate and graduate courses that discuss the economics of discrimination.


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Ehrenberg, R. G. (1974). [Review of the book Discrimination in labor markets] [Electronic version]. Journal of Political Economy 82(5), 1053-1055.

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